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Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
15 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks3,056
Questions4
Late-20th-century French eclectic mansard. A subtype of Second Empire style descended into early 20th-century American homebuilding, defined by a steeply pitched roof enclosing a second level and a nearly flat-hipped top portion. Late-20th-century builders very loosely interpreted
Late-20th-century French eclectic mansard. A subtype of Second Empire style descended into early 20th-century American homebuilding, defined by a steeply pitched roof enclosing a second level and a nearly flat-hipped top portion. Late-20th-century builders very loosely interpreted its predecessors by
“arched portico” — easm1981
Fergon Architects, LLC
1 Review
Fergon Architects, LLC
Ideabooks11,976
Questions8
and especially the curved wall framing the center upper-floor windows, establish its identity. This styling is one of the most popular in American homebuilding now, especially in the Southeast. Note that in the three Victorian houses presented here you will find trim, columns and other features also influenced
“arch, paint color, front door with glass sides” — palumbo1115
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence II
Ideabooks10,053
Questions6
"Yard of the Month" once a season? Ask whether they use professional help, and if so, put those pros on your short list. Local botanical gardens and homebuilders' associations are other good places to seek names.
“cars entry” — Carolina Bôa
LKID
5 Reviews
Sun Valley Kitchen
Ideabooks4,456
Questions5
entire kitchen a whole new look, it’s not always necessary. Kitchen cabinets can last for 50 years or more, according to the National Association of Homebuilders. John Bower, author of The Healthy House, says cabinets can also be one of your home’s most polluting components, because they’re made with plywood
“Stainless backsplash” — Tracy Talbott
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Blue Powder Bath Remodel
Ideabooks14,397
Questions10
use, so simply asking friends and neighbors for recommendations should start you off with a good list of names. You can also check with your local homebuilders' association or talk to architects and interior designers to see whom they like to work with.Generally, a prospective pro will pay a site visit
“dramatic wall color” — zellie74
TC Homebuilders Inc
1 Review
2014 Parade of Homes Dream Home
Ideabooks56
Questions0
TC Homebuilders Inc 2014 Parade of Homes Dream Home
TC Homebuilders Inc
“Cabinet15” — aye2006
TC Homebuilders Inc
1 Review
2013 Parade of Homes
Ideabooks264
Questions1
TC Homebuilders Inc 2013 Parade of Homes
TC Homebuilders Inc
“Garage door” — Dustin Greer
TC Homebuilders Inc
1 Review
2014 Parade of Homes Dream Home
Ideabooks92
Questions2
TC Homebuilders Inc 2014 Parade of Homes Dream Home
TC Homebuilders Inc
“mirrors” — 4848
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